In May 22nd to 24th, I will be giving live demonstrations for SketchUp tailored to Interior Design during Clerkenwell Design Week 2018 in London. I will show some advanced modelling and presentation techniques to up your 3D game.
About Clerkenwell Design Week
Set across three days, 22-24 May 2018, Clerkenwell Design Week (CDW) returns for its ninth edition, hosting the best in design from the UK and beyond, and featuring a wide range of talent from the area from young entrepreneurial start-ups to well-established design practices. As the annual focus for London’s leading design district, the festival programme has been tailored to reflect the unique nature of this vibrant London hub, home to a plethora of creative businesses, design consultancies, showrooms and architectural practices.
As of November 6th, I am the SketchUp Customer Success Manager for UK and Europe! If you have any SketchUp related questions, well I' m your man! Look me up here!
The Great Architectural Bake Off
Architects’ normal materials include concrete, steel, and glass, but over the weekend some of London’s most famous firms competed against each other in another medium: cake.
SOM’s dessert version of the Beinecke Library won an award for “Tastiest Bake,” while WATG, which hosted the event, won a special mention for their Cathédrale de Brasilia, which featured sugar glass spires.
Starting April 13th, I will be working as Urban Planner for Skidmore, Owings & Merrill in London. SOM is one of the largest and most influential architecture, interior design, engineering, and urban planning firms in the world. Founded in 1936, SOM has completed more than 10,000 projects across 50-plus countries. SOM is renowned for their iconic buildings and steadfast commitment to design excellence, innovation, and sustainability.
I will be reviewing the 4th-5th year Advanced Option Studio under the title "STEAMbox Studio" at the Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture. The studio is instructed by Vivian Loftness and Eleni Katrini.
Attended as Design Critic for the Final Studio Reviews of the MArch Optional Studio “The Next Kibbutz Sustainable Cooperative Settlements: The North American Chapter” led by Lecturer at MIT SA+P, Rafi Segal.